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LAGRENEE Louis-Jean-Francois (b. 1725, Paris, d. 1805, Paris) Nationality : French

French painter, who as a student won the Grand Prix at the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1749. Following a brief stay in Rome, he was received into the Academie in 1755 with the completion of a painting that earned him favorable comparisons to Guido Reni. From 1760 until 1762, he directed the Saint Petersburg Academy at the Russian court. Upon his return to Paris, Lagrenee became a professor at the Academie and received a range of important public commissions, excelling at medium-size and small paintings.

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